Visiting Artist & Master Workshop Series
Rina Yoon: CURIOSITY & POWER OF LARGE SCALE COLLAGRAPH
Collagraph is a non-toxic intaglio printmaking technique that allows artists to produce large scale prints in which the marks and textures resemble those of traditional etchings without the use of any harsh acids. Using plastic surfaces students will explore various ways of achieving tonalities, textures, and painterly marks on a plate. Several other alternative options of using shaped plates, transferring photocopy images and mixed media collagraph will be introduced.
One day Master Printmaking Workshop with Rina Yoon
Instructor: Rina Yoon || Learn More about Rina Yoon
Date: Saturday, June 11, 2022
Times: 10:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.
Cost: $25 (supply fee)
This one day workshop begins with a free public lecture at 10:00 AM in the Monteabaro Recital Hall.
Registration is open from March 11 through June 9.
Space is limited.
Register for the One day Workshop Online
- by phone
- in person at the Horowitz Center Box Office
See operating hours below.
This workshop is generously supported by the Richard B. Talkin Family Endowment Fund.
Two week credit Printmaking course
Course: ARTS-230-701-Printmaking course
Instructors: Rina Yoon, Visiting Artist & Fahimeh Vahdat, Resident Artist
Dates: Class June 6 - June 20
Days: M, T, W, TH, F
Times: 9:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m.
No Class on June 17
Cost: Contact the Records and Registration department for registration/payment methods and options.
Contact Fahimeh Vahdat, email@example.com to request a possible waiver of the prerequisites.
HOROWITZ CENTER OPERATING HOURS
- The Box Office is open for in-person and over-the-phone ticket purchases, Wednesday through Friday from 12-4p.m. Contactless purchasing is preferred. Online ticket sales are available 24/7.
- E-tickets, also known as print-at-home tickets, are preferred. These tickets can be scanned through a contactless transaction either on your phone or on a paper you print at home.
PHONE: 443-518-1500 EXT 0
Patron Safety Protocols
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